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Evaluation of fluorogenic substrates for Ni/Co LDHs peroxidase mimic and application for determination of inhibitory effects of antioxidant

Evaluation of fluorogenic substrates for Ni/Co LDHs peroxidase mimic and application for determination of inhibitory effects of antioxidant
Nanomaterial-based peroxidase-mimetics are an emerging research field that promises to produce alternatives to horseradish peroxidase for a variety of applications. Generally, some peroxidase-mimetics substrates are used in acidic condition (pH ≤ 7). Then, it is necessary to screen some peroxidase-mimetics substrates suitable for basic condition because that some peroxidase-mimetics leached ions in acidic solution. In this paper, using Ni/Co layered double hydroxides (LDHs) as a nano-peroxidase mimic model, we evaluated three fluorogenic substrates suitable for basic condition though experimental conditions, reaction kinetic and glucose detection assay. And the detection of glucose method based on homovanillic acid (HVA) as fluorescent substrate gave wide linear range (0.02–20 μM) and low detection limit (0.01 μM). We also developed a novel platform that could study the inhibitory effects of ascorbic acid and glutathione based on the system of Ni/Co LDHs-HVA-H2O2.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0003267017308681

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